Team Of Scientists Discovered 140 Huge Mysterious Drawings In Peru

Humanity has come a long way with its numerous discoveries throughout history. Everything from new locations to new species to new technologies, history is chock-full of notable findings and breakthroughs. However, the universe is infinitely vast, so the journey never stops and there’s always something new to find. In fact, you’d be surprised how tremendously little we know about our own planet. The fact that we’ve only explored around 5% of our oceans is proof of how much is still left to be discovered. Scientists discovered over 140 new Nazca Lines, including this one—a bird Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Killer Whale Yamagata University Humanoid Yamagata University Professor Sakai and his team at Yamagata University …

Mom Didnt Let Her Kid Buy A T-Rex Because Its Too Violent, They Buy One When They Grow Up And The Pics Are Hilarious

One person who has that very same longing for a toy they badly wanted when they were a kid is Tumblr user Bunjywunjy. When the first ‘Jurassic Park’ movie came out, they wanted a T-Rex action figure very much, but their mom thought it was ‘too violent.’ bunjywunjy Unsurprisingly, the internet went bonkers for Wexter who, in her spare time, enjoys playing fetch like a dog, as well as eating flowers. To date, Bunjywunjy’s thread on Tumblr has nearly 250,000 people who showed their support for their little pet project. The film has several things working for it. First, the stunning visuals. Special effects artist Dennis Muren told the media that he thought what they did was going to be …

Seismologist Explains How To Make An Earthquake Early Warning System With Cats

The notion that animals can somehow sense an incoming earthquake long before humans has been around for centuries. In 373 BC, at the peak of the classical Greek era, a violent earthquake and subsequent tsunami destroyed and submerged the city of Helike. This city was known, ironically, as a center for worship for Poseidon – the god of the sea and earthquakes – and its loss to the murky depths just might have been the origin story to the celestelabedz But there’s another myth associated with this Greek tragedy. Apparently, 5 days before the massive earthquake struck, all the animals fled the city en masse, much to the puzzlement of the local people. Those critters knew what was coming, and got the …

Owl Gets Rescued From Fire, Looks Angry As Hell And People Say Its Funny

With its piercing yellow-eyed stare, deep, haunting hoot and mean hunting skills, the Great Horned Owl is exactly the kind that you used to read about in fairytales by the Brothers Grimm. It is also one of the most common owls in North America and is mostly found deep in the forest, but you could also spot one in the desert, hiding away in city buildings, or even your backyard! Just make sure to go out at night because, like most owls, these majestic creatures are nocturnal. Image credits: venturacountyfire The firefighters who found the owl said that it was very docile, and allowed them to wrap it safely in a jacket to prevent it from getting injured. venturacountyfire The …

Someone Sick Of Hearing Anti-Vaxxers Stupid Arguments Creates 31 Scientific Posters That Completely Destroy Their Logic

“This is a pro-vaxx page sharing information about all aspects of vaccination. Questions are welcome, but unsubstantiated claims will be treated with the scepticism they deserve. If you want to disagree, bring science and evidence,” The Vaccination Station introduced itself. #2 Throughout his life, Dave has met only met a few anti-vaxxers in the real world. “Most of them were personal friends who have since cut me off. Discussions about vaccines did not go well; they simply refused to listen.” However, many have reached out to him via social media. “I am regularly accused of being a paid shill for the pharmaceutical industry,” he said. “One person even said I must be a bot! The truth is that I’m just …

These Two Women Astronauts Are Making History By Doing The First-Ever All-Female Space Walk Today

While the history of space exploration can be traced back to people observing objects in space before the reliable recorded history, the history of humans in space is significantly shorter. The first successful human spaceflight happened only 58 years ago when Yuri Gagarin orbited around the globe in 1961. Humanity came miles since then in space exploration, having approximately 500 people who have visited space by now. But there’s a new historical event on the verge of happening as the first-ever all-female spacewalk is bound to happen today! These two women are ready to make history by completing the first ever all-female spacewalk Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: This event will enter history after the previous failed attempt to have …

Bees Are Now Officially Declared To Be The Most Important Beings On Earth

Insects send a chill down a lot of people’s spines. Hence, it’s quite fitting for Internauts to refer to spiders as “nopes” and centipedes as “nope rope nopes”—when you see one, you are certain to say “nope”! However, all is not lost as Mother Nature has given us some adorable insects like butterflies, ladybugs, and, of course, bees. Yes, you do get the occasional bee sting every once in a while, but they outweigh your discomfort of its self-defense by being a vital component in the planet’s ecosystem. Scientists say that bees have become the single most important animal on the planet. So important, in fact, that humanity is at stake if bee populations go south… which is, unfortunately, becoming …

Zoo Asks For Womans Help In Repairing Butterflys Wings, She Gives It A Transplant

Some people volunteer at animal shelters, others save kittens who accidentally gambol onto the road, while the founder of Insect Art repairs the wings of butterflies! The woman, who makes jewelry from real insects, is an expert at repairing butterfly wings, doing wing transplants, and making sure that these beautiful insects are restored to glory. This is a meticulous process that requires patience, dexterity, and a real passion for butterflies. Scroll down for Bored Panda’s exclusive in-depth interview with Katie VanBlaricum, the woman who was responsible for the butterfly’s successful wing transplant. As unbelievably cool as it sounds, Insect Art’s founder isn’t the only person doing surgery on butterflies: be sure to read Bored Panda’s post about Romy McCloskey and how …

50 Times When Students Realized They Have Absolutely Awesome Teachers (New Pics)

Teachers don’t have to be stuffy, boring, and angry — they can be the most awesome and hilarious authority figures in your life. Those people are educators who go above and beyond the call of duty, using humor and shock to help their students learn about life. Bored Panda collected the most exquisite examples of teachers doing funny things, so you can enjoy yourself while waiting for the weekend to start. It’s lists like these that really make you appreciate school more and not groan when thinking of an approaching Monday. Scroll down, upvote your favorite pictures, and leave a comment somewhere below about the funniest teacher stories that you know. And be sure to share this post with your …

30 Mesmerizing Water Droplet Photos By A Macro Photographer

“I had always loved science but never had a mind for the theory,” Komarechka told Bored Panda. “Photography became my way of exploring the world in ways I couldn’t see with my own eyes, combining science and art. I was inspired early on by my father who had a lifelong love of photography from a young age but could never pursue it professionally. When a long-term illness was close to claiming his life, he gave me an envelope with money inside, asking me to spend it on something that he could see me enjoy. I went out and bought my first camera, and we bonded over the sharing of photographic knowledge before the end.” upcoming book. #1 Water Droplets “There …

This Baby Zebra Was Born With Spots Instead Of Stripes

A rare polka dot baby zebra was spotted (pun intended) in Kenya, and the internet is going wild. The animal has already captured many a heart (ours included), and photos of the adorable creature have gone viral. What’s more, we might finally put to bed the age-old question of whether zebras are white with black stripes or black with white stripes. Photographers captured pictures of an adorable polka dot zebra in Kenya Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: The unusual zebra was seen in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, where photographers Rahul Sachdev and Antony Tira, who is also a tour guide, snapped some photos of it.  told the Daily Nation that this was the first such case …

Somebody Tests How Narrow A Gap Cats Can Fit Through, And Its All For The Sake Of Adorable Science

Science is in our veins and we, as human beings, can’t help but come up with wacky experiments to test the limits of the world that surrounds us. And what experiments are better than fun ones done with adorable cats? The owner of the adorable cat duo Maru and Hana recently tested the limits of how narrow a gap cats can get through. The hypothesis was simple in essence: if the head fits, the body should also fit through. Naturally, we’re great supporters of cat science experiments that involve showing off how cute and awesome they are. More info: Instagram | The adorable science experiment is all about seeing how narrow a gap cats can squeeze through mugumogu/Youtube Maru and …

50 Times People Witnessed Slightly Annoying Things And Just Had To Share (New Pics)

Of course, when we encounter the opposite – the wonky, the askew, the lop-sided – it triggers a vague feeling of discomfort. This reaction is stronger in some than in others, but even those of us who would consider themselves chill about imperfections can get fixated on certain mistakes. #2 Okay What The Hell #3 Well You’re Not Wrong “And, of course, human beings are symmetrical, at least on the outside (some internal organs like the heart and liver are off-center). Decades of research into sexual attraction have proven that both men and women find symmetrical faces sexier than asymmetrical ones. The leading explanation is that physical symmetry is an outward sign of good health, although large-scale studies have shown …

Guy Lists 8 Global Problems You Dont See In Front Pages And It Goes Viral

Did you know that almost all of the media that the average American consumes – including 24-hour news stations, newspapers, publishing houses, Internet utilities, and even video game developers – are threat to democracy and innovation,” whilst at the same time giving the average person an “illusion of choice” where there is actually very little. These corporations are under no obligation to report impartially and present consumers with the truth – they often promote what best suits their own aims and agendas. “With the country’s widest disseminators of news, commentary, and ideas firmly entrenched among a small number of the world’s wealthiest corporations, it may not be surprising that their news and commentary is limited to an unrepresentative, narrow spectrum …

People Make Fools Of Themselves For Bullying A 16-Year-Old Activist Who Chose To Travel For 13 Days Instead Of Flying 10 Hours

The reason the 16-year-old Swedish schoolgirl is traveling by sea is that she loves the environment so much, she refuses to fly on airplanes. This is just plain awesome. Unfortunately, some people don’t think so and lambasted her because they don’t agree with the message she’s sending. Some made fun of her because they think she just wants attention, while others think there’s nothing wrong with flying and rubbed their opinions in her face. Be sure to scroll down to the very end of this post to read Bored Panda’s interview with Marc Moran, who defended Thunberg on Twitter. Facebook | Instagram Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg is ‘making a splash’ by sailing to New York from Plymouth, England …

Little Boys Slipper Falls Down A Hill, Kind Duck Retrieves It

Myla Aguila Myla Aguila Image credits: Image credits: But it wasn’t as easy as it sounds. Even though the hill was quite small, it still posed one hell of a challenge for the duck’s tiny feet. Nevertheless, it persisted. Myla Aguila Myla Aguila Myla Aguila Myla Aguila study. Myla Aguila Image credits: People were absolutely amazed by this duck’s good deed Almost finished… To complete the subscription process, please click the link in the email we just sent you. Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways